LAT radio scribe skips KPFK story

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Instead of reporting on the unfolding disarray at KPFK, the L.A. Times radio beat reporter, freelancer Steve Carney, has a nice little feature in Calendar today on the institution of the weekly presidential address. Meanwhile, a longtime station insider emailed L.A. Observed to predict that cancellation of The Car Show will cut deeply into the station's less political listenership: "Killing it off is just plain dumb and will piss of more than you can imagine." Also, Barry Smolin, host of the Friday night Grateful Dead show "The Music Never Stops," announced on his website that the show has been moved to Sundays from 8 to 10 p.m.


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